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From jim <...@jameswhitman.org>
Subject Re: Running java on linux
Date Wed, 04 Apr 2001 23:36:06 GMT
Hi

I've been using the IBM distributions on Linux (tar.gz) and Sun's jdk in 
windows linked into JBuilder.

Jim

At 19:20 04/04/2001 -0400, you wrote:
>yea i've had "reasonable" success with rpms.  personally, for a program as 
>complex java (or any language) i'd suggest grabbing the source tar.gz from 
>blackdown.org, or sun, and installing it this was.  this is not to say tho 
>that there is a way to fix this specific issue w/o going to such great 
>lengths.
>
>good luck
>pete
>
>
>Brandon Cruz wrote:
>>it was from RPM Brandon Cruz
>>Norvax Inc.
>>phone:(773)529-5701
>>fax:(773)529-5702
>>cell:(312)339-1344
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: pete@mail.ahnet.net 
>>[<mailto:pete@mail.ahnet.net>mailto:pete@mail.ahnet.net]On Behalf Of Pete 
>>Wright
>>Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2001 4:00 PM
>>To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
>>Subject: Re: Running java on linux
>>hmm....you where able to compile that java source ok huh?  or was this 
>>from a RPM?
>>i'll usually run into problems while compiling that give errors similar 
>>to this, hence hacking the Makefile, altho this dosn't seem to be the case.
>>pete
>>
>>
>>Brandon Cruz wrote:
>>>I have that file in this 
>>>directory.../usr/i486-linux-libc5/lib/libX11.so.6which makefile do I 
>>>want to check, something in the bin of the jdk?Brandon Cruz
>>>Norvax Inc.
>>>phone:(773)529-5701
>>>fax:(773)529-5702
>>>cell:(312)339-1344
>>>-----Original Message-----
>>>From: pete@mail.ahnet.net 
>>>[<mailto:pete@mail.ahnet.net>mailto:pete@mail.ahnet.net]On Behalf Of 
>>>Pete Wright
>>>Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2001 3:45 PM
>>>To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
>>>Subject: Re: Running java on linux
>>>i've had problems getting the jsdk to run on linux in the past, i'd 
>>>suggest using the source avail. from blackdown.org as well.
>>>
>>>a quick remedy might be to see if you infact have libX11.so.6
>>>     #locate libX11.so.6
>>>if that fails then it's probably an 'X' issue, if not make sure the path 
>>>that the Makefile checks is correct.
>>>
>>>pete
>>>
>>>
>>>Brandon Cruz wrote:
>>>>I installed jdk1.3.0_02 onto my machine and changed the path to the bin
>>>>directory.  When I try to run that java command, I get the following
>>>>error...
>>>>
>>>>[admin@ns1 bin]$ /usr/java/jdk1.3.0_02/bin/i386/native_threads/java: error
>>>>in lo
>>>>ading shared libraries: libX11.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No 
>>>>such
>>>>fil
>>>>e or directory
>>>>
>>>>Is this a bug with java, or does it have to do with a file permission I am
>>>>not setting correctly with Linux?  Anyone know?
>>>>
>>>>Brandon
>>>
>>>--
>>>
>>>Pete Wright
>>>
>>>Systems Administrator
>>>
>>>Black Hammer Productions
>>>
>>>
>>>pete@blackhammer.com
>>>
>>>wk: 212.625.8980 x23
>>>
>>>cell: 917.415.9866
>>>
>>
>>--
>>Pete Wright
>>Systems Administrator
>>Black Hammer Productions
>>
>>pete@blackhammer.com
>>wk: 212.625.8980 x23
>>cell: 917.415.9866
>
>--
>Pete Wright
>Systems Administrator
>Black Hammer Productions
>
>pete@blackhammer.com
>wk: 212.625.8980 x23
>cell: 917.415.9866



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